At 12:28 PM 6/28/04 -0400, Jewett, Jim J wrote:
But you would also see things like
dec1() # No good way to chain decorators. def g(): pass g=dec2(g)
This works with the proof-of-concept code I posted:
[dec2(), dec1()] def g(): pass
and so does this:
dec2() dec1() def g(): pass
So, I don't know what you mean about no good way to chain them. The chaining is implemented in the tracing hook.
Personally, I want decorators tied together with a word (such as "decorate" or "using"), but I admit that list brackets + line-break *might* be enough.
You can always do this:
def using(*args): pass